Created by Tokyo firm Daikei Mills, Parisian cafe Dersou is named soon after the title character in the 1975 Akira Kurosawa movie. According to Daikei Mills, the challenge “began with an electronic mail from Amaury Guyot and chef Taku Sekine, who came to us with a likely spot and an thought for a restaurant open to eclectic influences and bouts of inspiration, centered on a nightly tasting menu paired with cocktails.”
Situated in the vicinity of the Bastille, the unique restaurant room was centuries outdated and had “layers of record,” as the designers say. “We had been influenced to adapt our strategies on site to achieve the sort of room we aspire to create—one that feels ‘undesigned,’ with no unwanted frills.”
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N.B.: This story has been current with new pics and facts the original submit ran on July 12, 2018.